How do I get started? Can I get a free cost quote?
Simply fill out our Request Quote form and we’ll be happy to provide a free, all-inclusive quote. Or, you may call me at the number above.
Can we have our training on a Saturday?
Absolutely. We can schedule an On-Site Training on the date of your choice, provided the instructor is available.
Are CEUs or clock hours provided?

CEUs and/or clock hours can be provided only through your district for the Classroom Management Program.  Early childhood educators in Georgia may receive beginning, intermediate or advanced training hours for trainings  approved by Georgia Dept. of Early Care and Learning.

Is college credit provided as an option?
Yes. Graduate level semester college credit is available through Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System. Please note that additional requirements and fees will apply.
Are training materials included?

Yes, we provide a professionally printed comprehensive resource handbook for each participant in the Classroom Management Program. All additional training workshops include training materials that align with the course and augment the outcomes.

What if our school does not have a full day available for training?
Your trainer can work with you to develop a plan that best meets your campus needs. This means that you may be able to break up the training day into smaller units over a period of time.
How long are the On-Site Trainings?

Classroom Management Program is 5 instructional hours (full day).  All other training workshops vary in length and can be customized to specific needs.

Who is my instructor?
Here is your trainer’s BIO page.
How much is the training?

We provide you with a wide variety of training options to best meet the needs of your campus. Request a Quote

If schools were permitted to have just one training, this is the one!

This training will help to raise test scores for your students, decrease discipline challenges, and improve classroom rapport. You will learn how to meet students where they are and lead them where they need to be, capture attention, and promote deeper learning.